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Transformation of a medieval building / Anna Noguera

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Transformation of a medieval building / Anna Noguera it has been modified: 2011 June 04 di jessica zannori

Located in the central part of the Girona medieval quarter and overlooking the Plaça de Sant Domènec, in Spain, this house called Alemanys 5 is located within an original sixteenth century building. The property was recently renovated by architect Anna Noguera, And it's amazing

The design integrates old and new, traditional and contemporary: "The new layout respects the logic of the structure to adapt it to the new functional needs. On the ground floor, the front door, you enter the vestibule and small premises, the first floor there is a house with an exit to the inner courtyard, the second and third floors are home instead dwelling on two levels, with the sleeping area on the lower floor and the living room and kitchen on the top floor with a covered terrace providing a view. The project is organized around two axes that structure the ground floor. The scale has been moved to position it next to the elevator, in the space between the two directional lines of the axes. "This space is configured as the hinge that generates the entire system," said Anna Noguera, architect Alemanys 5.

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